North Oakville Development Plan - 'The Preserve'

The Preserve Oakville Development Plan'The Preserve' by Remington Homes is a new housing and townhouse project by The Remington Group and Remington Homes currently in pre-construction at Dundas St E & 6th Line in Oakville. The project is scheduled for completion in 2014. Sales for available houses and townhouses start in the $500,000's and the project has a total of 237 units.

Longtime Oakville residents will know that promises were made to preserve the land north of Dundas for it's natural beauty. Fears set in with looming developers bidding on the land, but for those of us who are environmentally conscious, much of the natural geography in The Preserve will be left alone.

There is a superb old growth forest integrated into the community. The local eco-system will be well protected and highlighted for the community. This will only compliment the 16 mile creek which runs west of the area and enhance the extensive network of linked natural heritage corridors comprising 900 hectares of the approved 3,400 hectares of developed land with ponds and landscaped channels through the community.

Another great aspect of this community is that it will include neighbourhood parks and village squares that all aim to give a small town feel. Glenorchy will see both elementary and secondary schools.

Thanks very much for reading. As always, if you would like to discuss your current real estate situation, I would love to offer my expert knowledge of the Oakville and Burlington markets. I will also show you how my exceptional marketing plan will help you get more money for your home and also make it sell faster. You can reach me at 905 845 9180, or by email at 


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